"New Amsterdam" will soon come to its conclusion with the final episodes of its fifth season, which will be airing on NBC, but it's not on TV on November 28.
New Amsterdam fans still have a lot to be excited about even with time running out, according to actor Jocko Sims.
After four seasons of captivating and unexpected storytelling, Atlanta ended its celebrated run on FX with a much talked-about series finale in November. While the last episode ended with Darius (Lakeith Stanfield) questioning his reality and audiences left wondering if it all was, in fact, just a dream, Brian Tyree Henry told ET it was "a really good conclusion" despite the "mixed" response.
Matt Hancock has said he knew joining I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! would be “controversial” but that ultimately “millions of people” voted for him.The former health secretary, 44, whose stint in the Australian jungle prompted criticism from the Prime Minister and MPs across the political spectrum, came third during the series finale on Sunday, claiming 21.7% of the initial public vote.This placed him behind former England footballer Jill Scott in first place and Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner as runner-up.A few words from the Queen of the Jungle, Jill! ❤️👑 @JillScottJS8 #ImACeleb pic.twitter.com/ymigt1GvPw— I'm A Celebrity... (@imacelebrity) November...
For more than a decade, Patrick Duffy won the audience over in the role of Bobby Ewing on Dallas. His name became synonymous with the long-running soap opera while portraying the youngest son of Jock and Miss Ellie Ewing. Keep scrolling to find out what happened to the television favorite after the series wrapped.
After seven seasons, the Queen Sugar series finale found the Bordelons facing off against the Landrys in a final fight for their land. When OWN announced in November 2021 that Queen Sugar’s seventh season would be its last, its creator Ava DuVernay didn’t know exactly how she was going to reach the “end of the journey.”
One of the most momentous series of the past decade is easily Ava DuVernay’s Queen Sugar. The series follows a Black family in Louisiana as they figure out what to do with their recently deceased father’s 800-acre property. However, throughout the series’ seven seasons, themes such as racial tensions, cultural divides, discussions around gender and tradition, and more are explored.
What comes after The Walking Dead? Ending an 11-season run after 177 episodes, AMC Networks laid the mothership series to rest with its Nov. 20th "Rest in Peace" series finale. But The Walking Dead Universe lives on. Following two seasons of the limited series The Walking Dead: World Beyond, a six-episode first season of the anthology series Tales of the Walking Dead, and the upcoming eighth season of the original spin-off Fear the Walking Dead, chief content officer Scott M. Gimple is overseeing the cable channel's franchise expansion with three new Walking Dead shows already announced to premiere in 2023 on AMC and AMC+.
The spinoff 'Frasier' became as successful as the original 'Cheers,' but the creators of 'Cheers' remember four other characters who almost got their own shows.
Matt Hancock has admitted that he knew joining I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! would be “controversial”.The former health secretary, 44, whose stint in the Australian jungle prompted criticism from the Prime Minister and MPs across the political spectrum, entered the reality TV competition early this month as a late contestant.He ended up coming third during the series finale on Sunday (27 November) behind the winner, former England footballer Jill Scott, and Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner as runner-upHancock claiming 21.7 per cent of the initial public vote and, during the post-series Coming Out Show on Thursday (1...
The following article contains spoilers for "The Walking Dead" Season 11, Episode 24 — "Rest in Peace" After 11 seasons, "The Walking Dead" is finally resting in peace. The ending the program gave loyal viewers was nothing if not bittersweet — while the majority of its regulars survived, Rosita Espinosa (Christian Serratos), Luke (Dan Fogler), and Jules (Alex Sgambati) all succumb to walker bites. But the rest of the cast of characters thrive and find family, happiness, and romance. Their settlements grow in peace as well. The show's three upcoming spin-offs are set up, with Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) choosing to roam the country protecting others, Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) taking off for New York City, and Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and Michonne (Danai Gurira) both seen fighting for their lives miles apart in completely different locations. Meanwhile, Judith Grimes (Cailey Fleming) and her half-brother, RJ (Antony Azor), continue to wait at Hilltop for their parents' arrival.
The final episode of The Walking Dead set one last record. On Sunday night, the AMC zombie drama aired a 90-minute series finale that featured Daryl (Norman Reedus), Carol (Melissa McBride), Maggie (Lauren Cohan), and Negan's (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) last stand against the living and the dead at the Commonwealth. Wrapping up the series after 177 episodes across 11 seasons was a coda ending on Michonne (Danai Gurira) and Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), who returned for the final minutes of the episode that was simulcast on AMC and AMC+ as part of the live Walking Dead Finale Event in Los Angeles.
Fans of The Walking Dead series are curious to know the status of the trilogy of movies that were announced years ago. The flagship series has concluded, and several spinoffs are in the works, so what does this mean for the movies that were to see Andrew Lincoln reprise his role as Rick Grimes? The Rick Grimes movies have been canceled, which is the sad news, but the great news is that Lincoln will be joined by Danai Gurira as Michonne in a spinoff of their own.
The Walking Dead series finale episode has left the fandom divided. Many were pleasantly surprised by the ending, while others were left with more questions than answers. The creators did a great job with the time allotted to wrap up several characters’ storylines and leave doors open for others whose stories have yet to conclude. But there were many others whose fates we may never know.
*Warning: This article contains spoilers for The Walking Dead series finale*. With The Walking Dead series finale leaving long-time fans torn - some satisfied with the characters' conclusions while others just wanted a happily ever after for Rick Grimes - it's understandable to be left pondering after the show's bittersweet ending.
Content Warning: The following article contains spoilers for the AMC show The Walking Dead.After 12 years and 11 seasons, The Walking Dead has said goodbye to AMC with a special one-and-a-half-hour-long episode that wrapped up several characters' stories while setting up the long-awaited spin-offs of fan favorites like Daryl, Maggie and TWD super couple Rick and Michonne.
The Walking Dead series completed its eleven-season, 12-year, 177-episode run in November 2022. Throughout the series, there have been numerous characters who have been transformed by their experiences in the apocalypse. But only a select few made it to the finale. Which characters were most changed by the series finale?